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Banks Q1 earnings: Weak results despite stock outperformance – Stock Markets

US banks kick off Q1 earnings on Friday before opening bell Earnings set to drop despite the robust US economy Valuation multiples rise but remain historically cheap   Solid quarter due to Fed repricing The banking sector started the year on the wrong foot as expectations of six rate cuts by the Fed had delivered a strong hit to their net interest margin outlook. This metric is essentially the difference between the interest income generated by long-term assets such as loans an
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US banks poised to close strong year on soft note – Stock Markets

US banks kick off Q4 earnings on Friday before opening bell Focus falls on the impact of declining yields and rate cut bets Valuation multiples rise but remain historically cheap   Tough quarter The banking sector started 2023 with the best possible omens as it was expected to continue capitalising on higher net interest margins. This metric is essentially the difference between the interest income generated by long-term assets such as loans and the interest expense paid to short-
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Bank Q3 earnings could ring recession alarm bells – Stock Market

US banks kick of earnings parade on Friday before market opens Poised for negative results as high interest rates become a headwind Historical low valuations cap downside Banks underperform in 2023 This year started with the best possible omens for banks as they were expected to continue capitalising on higher net interest margins, which are essentially the difference between the interest income generated by long-term assets such as loans and the interest expense paid to short-term
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Will US bank earnings exhibit resilience and shrug off Q1 risks? – Stock Market News

Some of the largest financial institutions in the US will unofficially kickstart the second quarter earnings parade, with JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup reporting their financial results on Friday before Wall Street’s opening bell. The banking sector came under pressure in March following the collapse of four regional US banks, but recently regained investors’ trust after most US banking giants aced the Fed’s annual stress tests.
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Daily Market Comment – Recession fears weigh as Fed stays hawkish after poor US retail sales

US retail sales disappoint but Fed does not budge on its hawkish stance Dollar holds firm after Friday’s gains, stocks find some support from strong bank earnings But markets overall steady as busy data and earnings week gets underway Weak data revives recession jitters Recession fears are elevated after retail sales figures out of the United States on Friday pointed to slowing consumer demand in the world’s largest economy.
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Daily Market Comment – Dollar’s woes deepen ahead of US retail sales data, stocks rejoice

US dollar slumps to one-year low as soft data bolsters case for Fed pause Wall Street rallies on Fed bets, but bank earnings pose a downside risk Fed-ECB divergence pushes euro towards $1.11, yen selloff eases Fed pause seen more likely after latest US data batch It’s been another week of underwhelming data releases out of the United States, and after the latest figures on consumer and producer prices added to the softening economic picture highlighted by last week’s ISM PMIs, the
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Daily Market Comment – Dollar slides ahead of US inflation data and Fed minutes

Dollar slides as traders seem reluctant to buy ahead of CPI figures Wall Street mixed ahead of today’s data, bank earnings on Friday Gold climbs back above $2,000 on the back of a weak dollar Bank of Canada decision also on tap US CPI numbers and FOMC minutes enter the spotlight The US dollar traded lower against almost all the other major currencies on Tuesday and continued to underperform on Wednesday as well.
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Can major US banks post solid earnings and restore credibility? – Stock Market News

As usual, the largest US investment banks will unofficially kickstart the first quarter earnings parade, with JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo unveiling their financial results on Friday, April 14, before Wall Street’s opening bell. Bank earnings have always been regarded as a proxy for the health of the broader economy, but now their role is magnified following the implosions of three US regional banks in March.
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Technical Analysis – JPMorgan’s stock plunges to 2-year low ahead of earnings

JPMorgan’s stock has completely erased its remarkable 2021 uptrend, which peaked at a record high of 172.75 a year ago, despite the Fed’s rate hike cycle. The price plunged to 101.72 on Tuesday, reaching the lowest level since November 2020 ahead of the bank’s quarterly earnings results. From a technical perspective, the bearish wave in the four-hour chart has not bottomed out yet as the RSI continues to slide towards its 30 oversold level.

JPMorgan’s stock has been trending downwards after peaking at the all-time high of 173.00 in October, generating a profound structure of lower highs and lower lows, while completely erasing its 2021 rally. Moreover, the price is currently trading well below the descending 50- and 200-day simple moving averages (SMAs), further endorsing the bearish technical picture.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar wavers as inflation optimism overshadowed by Ukraine ‘dead-end’

Dollar and Treasury yields see-saw after miss in US core inflation rate Euro under renewed pressure after Putin dashes hopes of peace, stocks mixed RBNZ first to hike by 50 bps, BoC likely to follow US inflation may be peaking, but risk-on tone falters quickly A glimmer of hope that the relentless rise in American consumer prices may be slowing lifted the market mood on Tuesday, sending Treasury yields lower and Wall Street higher.

JPMorgan’s stock has been trending downwards after peaking at the all-time high of 173.00 in October, erasing most of its 2021 rally. Moreover, the price is currently trading well beneath the Ichimoku cloud, while the steeply descending 50-day simple moving average (SMA) further endorses the bearish short-term picture. The momentum indicators suggest that selling forces have gained the upper hand.

JPMorgan beats profit expectations, banking sector could hold resilient – Stock Market News

As usual, the earnings parade starts with the biggest US banks. Following an encouraging release from JPMorgan, the focus will turn to Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo on Thursday, and Goldman Sachs on Friday. The lacklustre growth in profits in the first half of the year is expected to cool down further and a more careful guidance could press sentiment, though the macroeconomic outlook will probably remain favourable for the banking sector, maintaining support under the 2021 stock ral

Daily Market Comment – Wall Street hits record before earnings kickoff, dollar holds firm

Earnings optimism drives US equities to fresh record highs ahead of bank results Risk appetite still shaky in FX markets, dollar and yen resist deeper selloff US inflation data and Powell testimony will be key in directing sentiment Wall Street rallies as reopening boost eyed It’s the start of the second quarter earnings season and optimism is running high that the reopening of the US economy will power corporate earnings to new peaks.

US Big Banks Q2 earnings preview: Robust but not amazing – Stock Market News

Although they lag the triple-digit growing businesses in the S&P 500 universe, the shares of US Banks marked a jubilant performance on Wall Street during the second quarter, with some of the biggest institutions chasing fresh record highs. Perhaps the quarterly earnings for Q2 could be relatively less amazing when the results come out next week on Tuesday and Wednesday before the market close but even if that is the case, buying confidence is expected to remain intact in the US banking secto

Daily Market Comment – Markets unrattled by US inflation jump, dollar slips, stocks hit record

Bond markets shrug off surge in US inflation as yields fall, dragging dollar to 3½-week low But stocks impervious as Tesla drives S&P 500 to fresh record; bank earnings coming up Dollar plunge lifts rivals, yen finds little love despite J&J vaccine woes No panic after US inflation shoots higher Markets appeared to brush aside fears of higher inflation after the much-anticipated CPI data out of the United States failed to spark a huge reaction on Tuesday.

US Big Banks Q1 earnings: Will the rally resume? – Stock Market News

The four biggest US banks will kick the earnings season this week, with JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo reporting their financial results for the first quarter of 2021 today followed by Bank of America and Citigroup on Thursday. The banking sector has drastically changed course from one of the worst-performing industries during the devastating 2020 year to a well-growing sector in early 2021. However, with the banks consolidating gains around record highs on Wall Street for several weeks now

Daily Market Comment – Dollar steady, stocks mixed ahead of US inflation data

Dollar drifts sideways in choppy trading as investors brace for jump in US inflation Stocks lack direction as yields firm, US data, earnings awaited Pound extends gains but most majors stuck in tight ranges, gold slides again All eyes on US inflation With yesterday’s $96 billion Treasury auction passing uneventfully, investors have turned their attention to the latest reading of the consumer price index out of the United States later today.

JPMorgan’s stock has been quite progressive since the start of November, making higher highs and higher lows within uncharted waters. The situation, however, is currently looking bleak on the four-hour chart as the creation of a potential double top pattern near the 19-year-old resistance line is increasing the case of a trend reversal. That said, the bearish formation requires a confirmational close below the 147.24 neckline, while the upward-sloping simple moving averages (SMAs) have yet

Citigroup, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo kick off earnings season – Stock Market News

The fourth-quarter earnings season is upon us, and as usual, the big US banks will get things started. JPMorgan, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo will all report on Friday before Wall Street’s opening bell. Their results could shed some light into how the financial sector is doing and how the US consumer is holding up. Overall, the banking sector has recovered very powerfully lately, and should the Democrats unleash a tsunami of federal spending soon, the good times could keep rolling.



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